The final rehearsals are underway... Mary Rose opens next Friday night, 23 August. Come and support Growl Theatre's latest production.
A heart-warming comedy about
people dogs and their pet dogs humans.
When Ben finds a lost clueless Fox Terrier pup, Bow, his world is turned upside down when he encounters an extraordinary bunch of Canine lovers. With their assistance Ben grows to understand the special bond between humans and their pet dogs.
by Charles Morey
Freely adapted from Beaumarchais’ “Le Mariage de Figaro”
A delightful comedy about a scheming servant, a lecherous Count and the smart women in their lives.
He’s getting married in the morning, and the ambitious Figaro (servant, barber, professional mischief-maker) couldn’t be happier. But with everybody scheming to come between him and his bride, Figaro will need all his cunning to make it down the aisle....
Tickets are selling fast. A couple of shows are almost more than half sold out, so don't hesitate and miss seeing this hilarious, fast-paced, thrilling farce.
Written by William Shakespeare. Adapted by James Elliott.
This adaptation of Hamlet, played by an all female cast, looks at the existential relationship between actor and character, character and soul, and soul and actor. The question is asked: “What if Hamlet became aware that his existence is fictional; merely a character in a play?”...
Growl Theatre and Danteatro Brisbane present an Italian language double bill (with English surtitles). The production consisted of two one act plays: L’uomo nudo e l’uomo in frak (One Was Nude and One Wore Tails)
and Il carnevale degli insetti (Carnival of the Insects)
In The Hollow
by Agatha Christie, an unhappy game of romantic follow-the-leader explodes into murder.
Tickets on sale now for Play It Again, Sam.
The play, written by Woody Allen,...
Le Dieu du carnage (God of Carnage)
Growl Theatre brought French theatre to Brisbane for a second year in a row!
The play was performed entirely in French
with the inclusion of English surtitles (displayed above the stage)....
The Constant Wife by W Somerset Maugham
Our 3rd show for 2016 was a tale about duplicitous dealings, infidelity and the battle of the sexes. This play raised interesting questions about love, lust and the manoeuvres of marriage....